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Quantum Leap is one of the UK's longest running stock picking publications, having been founded in 1984, and its editor, Quentin Lumsden, has over 40 years' experience of stock markets as a fund manager, financial journalist and private investor. Making the most of this experience, as well as extensive research and careful analysis of a wide range of stocks, Quentin selects at least two stocks each month where he sees especially strong growth potential.
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